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and will be added on the web and other applications by next month. >>> amazon.com founder is buying the washington post and other newspapers for $250 million. he is buying the paper as an individual and amazon is not involved. the post chairman and ceo says he is uniquely a good owner. the newspaper famously broke the water gate scandal. he says he understands the post's unique role in washington sanes its values won't change. >>> the dirk of drinking on the road is not limited to drivers. the startling statistic that shows how pedestrians are putting themselves at risk. >>> southern californias on health care coverage. the message deliver today from washington, that impact. ,,,, excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just
police he was walking home -- she was walking home near poplar and washington streets when the man attacked her from behind. the k-9 unit tracked the suspect's scent to campus and then lost it. >>> since asking the public to help, oakland police identified three of four women who may connected to a murder halloween 2011. tuesday police released these photos of the women taken on 32- year-old darian stone's telephone hours before he was killed. police believe he met them at an oakland nightclub and the women may have been present at the time shooting. >>> santa clara vector control will take another shot tonight at eradicating mosquitos carrying west nile virus. fogging will take place tonight weather permitting. this is in the berryessa area north of the airport and south of milpitas. the fogging starts at 11 p.m. >>> a lot of people who live in sonoma county may be facing the threat of severe drought. as john ramos tells us not because of a lack of rain but maybe a lack of common sense. >>> reporter: on lazy summer days the russian river in northern sonoma county isn't in much of
. some of the team's aviation equipment is grounded thanks to washington's sequester. kpix 5 reporter mark sayre is at moffett field where the elite unit is based. >> reporter: the california air national guard is called to the absolute toughest rescue missions. it goes to fight fires. it responds to hurricanes. but right now, it is the federal budget situation that is its biggest challenge. when you need help in an emergency, every second counts. the california air national guard's 129th rescue wing is often called in for rescues that are too complex or too far away for civilian crews like in the open ocean. but the budget sequestration is now slowing down the unit on two fronts, equipment and personnel. colonel steven is the wing commander. >> this is unintended consequences and no one in the congress or in the senate ever anticipated that this would be the outcome. >> reporter: the wing is authorized for six highly specialized helicopters. one was lost in afghanistan and while a replacement has been approved, it is now not known when it will alive. and two others are undergoing hea
to be honored in washington, d.c. today. they gave him a signed jersey. the dolphins went 17-0 four decades ago. >> i know that some people may be asking why we're doing this after all these years. my answer is simple. i wanted to be the young guy out there for once. >> quick football note. mill, the out standing defender for the denver broncos did get a six-game suspension from the nfl. he will sift through the regular season. good for the raiders because they will mishim in september. >>> gutierrez has been going the distance for many years in a sport with hurdles for her and her staff but she keeps going and going and going. let's take you to pacifica. >> here is the poster. everybody is confirmed. >> welcome to the world of blanca gutierrez. >> need to get a picture of the girl upstanding there so i can get it for the -- girl standing right there for the newspaper. >> she is one of the few match makers and trainers in the male dominated fight game. >> i get up at 3:40 in the morning, get to work by 5:00 in the morning. i get off work at 1:00. i get home, pick up the kids, cook dinner. >> so
history. the 1963 march on washington and dr. martin luther king, jr.'s "i have a dream" speech. >> think about that young man 34 years old stood up here and was able to force an entire country to wake up. >> this march and that speech changed america. >> because they march, america became more free and more fair. america changed for you and for me. >> members of the king family helped ring a bell marking the hour dr. king delivered his landmark speech. >>> well, who knew milk and soda could be so controversial? how one bay area city is stepping into the national debate over sugary drinks. >> and bay area fast food workers forced into the freezer in a brazen robbery. how the suspect got in when the doors were locked. >> a live look at the toll plaza of the bay bridge. the last cars trying to make it over before closure at 8:00. what is going to happen during the five days that the bridge is closed? and before it opens up we are going to lay that out for you coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, for good-- and the race will be on to get the new sn ready for >>> crunch time of for commuters. in
disrupted a meeting and threatened even more protests. >>> in washington, a new move to limit government snooping on your phone records. cbs reporter teresa garcia on the secret surveillance programs now under scrutiny. >> we stand for freedom. [ censored ] >> reporter: the head of the national security agency faced down hecklers at a hackers conference in las vegas. general keith alexander gave the keynote address at the black hat conference. he made no apologies for the government surveillance programs say they successfully thwarted terror plots including one targeting new york city subways. >> this would have been the biggest attack in the united states since 9/11. >> reporter: on capitol hill, senator patrick leahy has introduced a bill that would allow government access to phone records only when they are relevant to a terror investigation. >> i think congress has to carefully consider the powerful surveillance tools that we grant to the government. >> reporter: wednesday officials declassified some of the secret materials former nsa contractor edward snowden leaked to the press. th
. in 11 states that have very clean power generation such as washington and oregon with a lot of renewable power electric cars are indeed the best choice in all cases there but when you get into states that use coal and power like that, elizabeth, that's where you start to take a look and the scales tip and maybe a hybrid that uses some gas is the better choice. it depends where you live and that's what the study is all about. >> you know, mark, earlier in the newscast we heard from elon musk about this new hyperloop project. how did his tesla fare in the rankings? >> reporter: the tesla model s did not do well. it has a very large battery, of course that gives it the extended range. so amongst this class of cars, hybrids and electrics it didn't do, too well. but you're better off than a traditional gasoline vehicle. >> thank you. >>> you can find more information about the study on the best cars for the climate on our website, kpix.com. just click on "links and numbers." >>> coming up in our next half hour the push to overhaul the nation's criminal justice system. speaking in the bay area
to destroy the tapes. for whatever reason, that was never done. bill plante, cbs news, washington. >> the a's wish they could erase at least 18 minutes. >> especially when their manager says they are sloppy which is never as a good thing. the a's will begin their toughest stretch of the season friday in william and they aren't exactly hitting the road with a lot of momentum. no establishing shot necessary. right to the highlights. coco crisp in the bottom of the 1st doing his ricky impression with the leadoff homer but the lead wouldn't last. brad miller with a solo shot to right two more homers allowed by aj griffin today make it 30 for the season. that's the most in the majors. the mariners beat the a's 5-3 to take two out of three. >> everything that we did today is what's wrong with us. we didn't add on early. we didn't make big pitches when we had to. we didn't come through in situational at-bats. ugly ugly game for us. >> the giants play-off hopes weren't the only thing well done at the ballpark today. 2-0 red sox in the 2nd. joaquin arias hits a solo shot to left his first homer of t
. stays off to our east and we have a lot of moisture to our north, oregon, washington, rainfall staying to the north. in between we find the bay area under the influence of high pressure off to the east keeping the moisture away, and two, low pressure to our north which is giving us just a light onshore flow. that's why the weather has been so nice. it's been sunny in the afternoon but not hot because we are getting just enough of that cooling influence of the chilly pacific ocean. that's going to change toward the weekend. on the holiday weekend, onshore flow is stronger and temperatures drop five to 10 degrees coming up for the holiday weekend. we will be several degrees cooler than average starting saturday. but pleasant weather all throughout the week, cloudy in the morning but lots of afternoon sunshine. cooler and cloudier though toward the weekend. no rain but it will be cooler. san jose tomorrow, 80. in the city 67 just like today. sunnyvale, mountain view, 77 tomorrow. fremont 76. upper 80s with sunshine, pleasant hill, walnut creek, pittsburg, 90 for fairfield. we are look at
rafael. this low pressure system off the washington-oregon coastline is the main weather player for the next seven days. right now it's a good thing if you like weather close to normal because it's just far enough away from us where we are just getting alight onshore. the ocean at 59 degrees. we'll have wednesday, thursday and friday weather very similar to what we had today which was morning clouds, afternoon sunshine. and really great weather for you to get outside. it's not hot, but it was very close to average. now, when that low gets closer to us, things are going to change. we'll get more of the onshore flow. temperatures will go down 10 degrees from 90 to 80 degrees. so a cool change for the holiday. san jose tomorrow 80. concord 87. downtown san francisco 67 degrees. napa topping out at 84. morning clouds, afternoon sunshine for redwood city. high of 78 degrees. right around the upper 80s to near 90 inland through friday mid-70s near the bay beautiful weather then we get a little cooler on saturday much cooler on sunday and also for labor day. upper 60s near the bay. and
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